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... are dominated by artists studios and second hand shops of every type. It has three outlets selling recreational marijuana and it shows in some of the art on display. Still, that's our holiday presents sorted out. (Only joking. No-one is getting any presents.) We are going to have an early night tonight and set off early for our final stop at ...
... as well. This morning we went out to breakfast for some good food and more discussion. It was a very nice visit. Next time we are going to have to allocate some more time. Randy offered me a jeep ride in the mountains - that sounds exciting.
We left Buena Vista and followed Randy's recommendation to take Cottonwood Pass. It would cut some time off getting back to Gunnison and it would be a new experience; When we got outside of Buena Vista, we ran into a ...
... better to stay somewhere
with hook ups. This is because we wanted to visit some hot springs in town and
didn’t want to leave the dogs in the camper while it was hot out. If we hooked
into some electricity they could stay cool while we left them unattended for a couple
of hours. Yeah, we gots air conditioning, yo! The RV park we stayed at seemed
to be a favourite for (old) people who wanted to live in an RV park. They had
Another beautiful sunny day! We left Durango after mailing a box to Niagara Falls, filling up with gas and returning to the motel for a forgotten water bottle. We drove up hwy 550 (the San Juan highway) to Silverton through the San Juan mountains. The peaks are up around 10, 000 feet through the Molas Pass. When we got to Silverton, we stopped for a short break and took some pictures. It is set in ...
... got cold last night'. But the truth is, the nights have never been the worst part. With thermal trousers, tops, in a tent with inner and outer, and in our sleeping bags, we've certainly had some seriously cold nights, but by far the worst part of the day is getting up in the morning into damp, frosty kit and trying to generate heat - particularly hard if you're descending as we were today. Anyone who has been Scottish Winter climbing will be familiar with hot aches - ...